Deconstructing Antipsychiatry

Seen some antipsychiatry writings and feel you're not being told the whole truth? You're right! I'll show you what's true, where the lies are, and what's missing. Time to end the misinformation and conspiracy theories (on both sides).

Initially, I've posted my review/critique of Psychiatry and the Business of Madness. Initial release: Oct 25/2016
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